The bottom one is chicory I think.....ours isn't blooming yet, but that could be because it is one of my 'chop and drop' plants in the gardens The other two I don't recognize...are they small flowers? There is a kind of 'wild' poppy here that you see in the roadside ditches some places..they are pink, but these don't look like that....maybe you could picture a bit more of the plant and it's leaves?
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Brendan Danley wrote:Thanks Judith! They are small and bloom in round clusters. Next time I'm out there, I'll get pics of its leaves too. They are gorgeous, whatever they are!
I wonder if it could be some kind of dianthus? http://busy-at-home.com/images/garden/dianthus.jpg I have one that is called 'clove pink' ...it has a wonderful clove smell.....the leaves are long and spikey looking like yours but close to the ground and grow almost in a mat and the flowers bud out on single stems. The flower looks similar to some I ran across on line.